All posts tagged: snow

P’s R of Boulder, again.

Ephemera

So here I am again in the wonderful People’s Republic of Boulder (do they still call it that?) (Nobody tells me anything.) It is, as you might imagine, freezing. The temperatures these past days when we have been here are in what I like to term the basement of the world. When I last asked Siri, it was 5°. I do not want to talk to Siri any more for a while. That’s the basement […]

White on white

Ephemera

I have turned the Christmas snow on, so you might possibly see a flake or two drifting across your screen. However, since the background is white, good luck on that. Maybe I’ll post a lot of dark pictures. Remind me to post one of our newly-decorated Christmas hat-rack.

The Miracle of the Snow

Ephemera

The Wednesday miracle Wednesday, we were shin-deep in thick snow. A wondrous thing happened: cars in the street moved toward their destinations with neither surprise nor trepidation visible on the faces of their drivers. In the aisles of the local Safeway, no frenzied shoppers were dashing down the aisles screaming We’re all gonna diiiiiie! Long-term effects As of today — the Sunday after the snow — all passers-by are reduced to staring at a patch […]

Boulder snow

Ephemera

It’s snowing in Boulder — nothing better from my point of view. At home in Cincinnati, we get endless gray skies punctuated with a bit of rain. Here, mounds of lovely fluffy snow with the promise of the return of the sunshine within a couple of days. I shall spend my day doing Pilates (they have a whole Institute here for the stuff!) and writing. And inevitably, I shall end up writing about sunshine and summer in Cincinnati. […]